More details about ‘Buruguduystunstugudunstuy: Ang Parokya ni Edgar Musical’ have arrived.

The musical, which is named after their hit album of the same name, was first announced last year. The production held an open call for auditions last September. The full cast was unveiled in December, and is composed of actresses Kyle Napuli, Marynor Madamesila, Tex Ordoñez-De Leon, and Natasha Cabrera, with supporting roles played by Noel Comia, Pepe Herrera, Jasper Jimenez, and Nicco Manalo.

Celebrated theatre and concert director Dexter Santos is at the helm of the production, which follows his stint as the director of the Eraserheads jukebox musical, Ang Huling El Bimbo: The Musical. Artistic directors Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo and Michael Williams are also returning to assist with the production’s creative team.

In a press statement, the production shared that, “the musical uses the music of Parokya ni Edgar to tell the story of a whirlwind of unpredictable twists around four women who find themselves at the crossroads of their individual challenges. As fate intertwines their paths, they embark on an extraordinary journey of self-discovery, resilience, and unbreakable bonds.”

Tickets are now available through TicketWorld and SM Tickets. Prices range from P1,105 for bronze, P2,210 for silver, P3,315 for gold, P4,420 for VIP, and P5,525 for SVIP. The musical will open on April 26 and will conclude on May 5.

Parokya ni Edgar is best known for their hits, “Harana” (Serenade), “Please Don’t Touch My Birdie,” “Gitara” (Guitar), “Pangarap Lang Kita” (You’re Just A Dream). Buruguduystunstugudunstuy was first released in 1997, and the musical marks the 27th anniversary of the album.

In the lead up to the musical’s opening night, revisit Parokya ni Edgar’s Buruguduystunstugudunstuy below.